Private Eyes Are Watching You: What it Means to Live (and Be Watched) in the Surveillance Economy

Private Eyes Are Watching You: What it Means to Live (and Be Watched) in the Surveillance Economy

What it is the Surveillance Economy How do you feel about the fact that Facebook knows your weight, your height, your blood pressure, the dates of your menstrual cycle, when you have sex and maybe even whether you got pregnant?...
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Small Business Cybersecurity: 5 Steps to Stop Cybercrime 

Small Business Cybersecurity: 5 Steps to Stop Cybercrime 

Small Business Cybersecurity Gone Terribly Wrong  On August 12, 2003, as I was just sitting down to a tea party with my daughters and their stuffed animals, the doorbell rang. Standing there when I opened the door was a special...
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Data Integrity Attacks: How Cybercriminals Manipulate Rather Than Steal Your Info

Data Integrity Attacks: How Cybercriminals Manipulate Rather Than Steal Your Info

You're rushed to the hospital after a serious car accident. Doing her job, the admitting physician verifies your blood type prior to giving you a life-saving transfusion. But no one knows the hospital’s medical records have been hacked — but...
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The Unlikely Weapon in Cybersecurity: Going Analog

The Unlikely Weapon in Cybersecurity: Going Analog

Rule #1: Technology is highly unpredictable when it's new & untested. And even worse when it's insecure. All of us have learned not to count on Technology Version 1.0 in mission critical situations. But it seems that Iowa and Pennsylvania didn't get...
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Top Cybersecurity Trends 2020 & the Perils of Prediction

Top Cybersecurity Trends 2020 & the Perils of Prediction

(i.e., Cybercriminals read the same articles as cybersecurity experts) Oh how we love to predict the future. Who will win the next Super Bowl, Presidential Election, or Best in Show Pooch-a-thon following the Macy’s Day Parade? I’m frequently asked as...
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Google Buys Fitbit

Google Buys Fitbit

Google Isn’t Just Buying Fitbit, They’re Tracking Your Donut Habit You’re heading to the gym for a workout when you decide to surprise your coworkers with a treat. You search for the nearest bagel shop on your Google Maps app,...
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Google Isn’t Just Buying Fitbit, They’re Tracking Your Donut Habit

Google Isn’t Just Buying Fitbit, They’re Tracking Your Donut Habit

Spinning Wildly on the Hampster Wheel of the Surveillance Economy You’re heading to the gym for a workout when you decide to surprise your coworkers with a treat. You search for the nearest bagel shop on your Google Maps app....
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What if Putin Had an Army of Killer Artificial Intelligence Robots?

What if Putin Had an Army of Killer Artificial Intelligence Robots?

The New Frontier: How Science Fiction Distorts Our Next Move on Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity It’s been 51 years since a computer named Hal terrorized astronauts in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.” And it’s been more than three decades...
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Disinformation Campaigns Are Coming for Your Bottom Line 

Disinformation Campaigns Are Coming for Your Bottom Line 

The rise of disinformation campaigns could put the reputation of your company at risk Imagine waking up to find the internet flooded with fake news that one of your products was killing hordes of people or your company had been...
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Going Analog: Tom Kellermann Emerging Cyberthreats

Going Analog: Tom Kellermann Emerging Cyberthreats

John speaks with Tom Kellermann, Chief Cybersecurity Officer at Carbon Black, about emerging cyberthreats and what we can do to protect ourselves. About Tom Kellermann Tom Kellermann is the Chief Cybersecurity Officer for Carbon Black Inc. Prior to joining Carbon Black,...
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